Police searching for missing Swansea man Tapiwa Matuwi have released fresh CCTV footage in a bid for new information.
Mr Matuwi, 21, went missing in the early hours of Thursday, 7 February after a night out in Swansea.
The footage begins with Mr Matuwi, who is 6ft with distinctive black and orange hair, entering McDonald’s on Oxford Street with a friend.
He is later seen outside McDonald’s heading towards Caer Street, New Cut Road and near Sainsbury’s on Quay Parade.
The last known sighting is at Swansea Yacht Club at 07:06 GMT.
“Tapi has now been missing for five weeks, and it has been an agonising time for his family and friends who have been fully supportive of our investigation and have also been searching continuously for him,”
said Det Insp Matthew Davies.
The father of a 21-year-old musician missing for more than a month said family life has been broken by his disappearance.
A vigil has been held in Swansea for Tapiwa Matuwi, known as Tapi, who went missing after a night out in the city.
Munyaradzi Zvada said each day without knowledge of his son’s whereabouts was “harder and harder”.
First Published 15.03.19:https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-wales-47589049/missing-tapiwa-matuwi-cctv-footage-shows-last-known-movementsintlink_from_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbc.co.uk%2Fnews%2Ftopics%2Fc770p9mgv8dt%2Fmissing-people&link_location=live-reporting-map
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